Laos: How to travel Laos? Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang, Muang Ngoy - many places to visit
You are wondering how to travel Laos? Coming by land or by plane? Which are the highlights of Laos? In this video I give you an overview what budget you need to travel Laos, how much to pay for the visa, how easy it is to get around (transportation by bus, slow boat, boat, mini bus etc.) and what are the highlights you should visit.
Our itinerary for Laos:
2. Vang Vieng (tubing, hiking, blue lagoon, relaxed place)
3. Luang Prabang (amazing night market, great street food, Kuang Si fall is a must, Alms Giving Ceremony of monks)
4. Nong Khiaw (on the river side, amazing view point - this is Lao!!!)
5. Muang Ngoy (no cars, home stays, hammocks, hikes through national park)
6. Slow boat border crossing from Luang Prabang to Thailand via Pak Beng and Huay Xai.
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Top 10 Places to Visit - Laos
Discover our top 10 places to visit in Laos, a landlocked country filled with captivating natural beauty, amazing archaeological wonders & countless adventures. From the laid back atmosphere of Pakbeng to the cultural heartland of Vientiane, here is our best travel destinations :
Bokeo Nature Reserve & Gibbon Experience, Luang Prabang, Bolaven Plateau, Vientiane, Wat Phou – Champasak, Phonsavan & Plain of Jars, Pakbeng, Oudomxay & Muang La, Xayabouly province & Elephant Conservation Center, Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area.
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Top 10 Endroits à Visiter - Laos
Découvrez notre top 10 des endroits à visiter au Laos, un pays enclavé rempli de beautés naturelles captivantes, de merveilles archéologiques et d'innombrables aventures. De l'atmosphère détendue de Pakbeng au cœur culturel de Vientiane, voici nos meilleures destinations de voyage :
Bokeo Réserve Nature & Gibbon Expérience, Luang Prabang, Plateau des Bolaven, Vientiane, Wat Phou – Champasak, Phonsavan & Plaine des Jarres, Pakbeng, Oudomxay & Muang La, Province de Xayabouly & Centre de Conservation des Élephants, Nam Et-Phou Louey Aire Nationale Protégée.
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HOW TO TRAVEL LAOS ON A LOW BUDGET - Ep 1 Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang on a 2 DAY SLOW BOAT
Laos is a beautiful country on the main backpacker route through Southeast Asia.
East of Thailand, West of Vietnam, and North of Cambodia - it's right in the middle of all these popular countries that many travelers visit in SE Asia.
In this first episode of this series, I leave Thailand starting in Chiang Mai and take a bus to the city of Chaing Khong where I cross the border into Laos. I heard a lot of talk about the infamous slow boat in Laos down the Mekong River, so I decided to go for it myself.
It's a 2-day ride starting in the Laos border town, Huay Xai. Since it's a 2-day journey, we ride about 6 hours each day with an overnight stop in the town of Pakbeng.
Eventually, we make it to Luang Prabang and I'm happily greeted by some awesome viewers of this channel!
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Laos in October 2016!
My one week trip to Vientiane, Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng in the first week of October 2016. Even after visiting most of the other countries in South-East Asia, I have to say that Laos is has something that no other country does!! Stunningly beautiful place!
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The 2 Day $50 Mekong River Laos Cruise - Chiang Rai to Luang Prabang Slow Boat
I remember reading about the slow boat in Laos. A cruise down the Mekong that took 2 days, finishing in Luang Prabang, a city that one close friend described as a place I could stay forever. I knew it was something I had to do, especially after visiting Northern Thailand, other parts of Laos, and traveling a significant portion of the Mekong River. We started in Chiang Rai, Thailand's largest northern city.
The first step is taking a bus from Chiang Rai's main bus station. To ensure ourselves a spot on the boat, we got the first bus out of town at around 6AM. The bus goes to to Chiang Khong. It was filled with tourists who were looking to do the same thing as us. Normally, the bus stops at the bus station in Chiang Khong, but since everyone was hoping to get to the border the driver said he'd go right to the border for an extra buck each - worth it for not having to haggle with tuk-tuk drivers alone.
Once at the border, we exited Thailand and waited for a shuttle bus to take us across the Friendship bridge to Laos. We went through immigration where you can get a visa on arrival (the cost depends on what country you're from). You'll need a couple passport sized photos and your fee in USD (there was a table doing money exchange if you can't get it ahead of time).
Once we were officially in Laos, we took a tuk-tuk to the Huay Xai pier where we booked our boat tickets and geared up with snacks and beer (turns out the beer for sale on the boat was the same price).
Make sure you get on the boat early to get a good seat. Most of the seats are former car seats and pretty comfy, but a spot away from the back, where the engine is, will be a bit quieter.
After that, it's about 6 hours to Pak Beng. The ride was very pleasant. We watched the hills roll and the occasional village go by. I was surprised how remote it was. Over the course of the 2 days, we didn't see anything big enough to be called a town let alone a city.
In Pak Bang you'll get off the boat and immediately be accosted by people wanting you to stay in their guesthouse. We walked past everyone, took a right at the road, and went into the first place we saw. They had rooms available for 100,000 LAK (about $12). The room was nothing special but it was close to the pier and had a decent bed. A guy checking-in in front of us had booked ahead and paid way more than we did.
After a pleasant sleep, we got up and had some breakfast. The boat left at 9AM, so we went down to the pier around 8AM to get a decent seat. The boat was different (I think the one we took there turns around and goes back to Huay Xai with a load of people doing the same trip in the opposite direction).
The 2nd day offered similar views and lasted about 7 hours - arriving in Luang Prabang at around 4PM. The boat drops you outside of the city, so you'll have to get a tuk-tuk into town. Tickets for that can be bought in the building at the top of the hill.
I really did love this trip. I was a bit worried that it would be uncomfortable or boring, but it was just nice and relaxing. The boat was pretty much all tourists, so you could socialize with people, get a card game going, or just stare across the Mekong and day dream the day away.
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Backpacking LAOS : A hidden gem of South East Asia - Travel video (GoPro)
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Explore this rural & less touristy country in quest of beautiful landscapes, authentic people and traditional food & culture ! It's trully a hidden gem of South East Asia :)
Places visited :
- Vientiane (Xieng Khuang Buddha Park, Vat That Khao aka Golden Buddha, etc.)
- Vang Vieng & surroundings (Nam Xay viewpoint, hot air balloon)
- Luang Prabang & surroundings
- Kuang Si Falls
- Nong Khiaw (Phadeng Peak Viewpoint)
- Mekong River (slow boat to Thailand with stop in Pakbeng)
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Visit Huay Xai, Laos | www.LuxuryTravelVietnam.com
Huay xai, the capital provincial of Bokeo, sits on the bank of the mekong river. Like most minor cities in Laos, several temples built in earlier centuries and surrounding villages seem to be the only attractions. however, Bokeo's real economic strength is tourism.
A holiday among a network of hunts and shelters built on top of trees is a decidedly appealing one. it is a perfect spot where one can observe the forest's rare inhabitants from above. Besides fascinating attractions and delightful activities, houay xai is also
known as the gateway to explore the rest of Laos. it is a famous stopover spot for most arrivals before boarding a boat and heading southeast to pak Beng and Luang prabang. A trip up north on Bokeo's winding and bumpy roads will lead to Luang namtha and beyond.